Easy Does It Technologies LLC (EDIT) was started in Richland Washington in 1996 with a focus on
bringing greater access to the information businesses had located on their computer systems to
their customers and employees via the Internet.
At that time, we partnered with Hewlett-Packard and specialized in customers utilizing the HP3000
Series line of Business Computers. Technologies such as ODBC and Samba were still relatively new and
few HP3000 shops had the necessary experience to make use of these new abilities. At this same time,
a small publishing company named O'Reilly started giving away web server software named WebSite
and bundled with it a free version of a web application product named ColdFusion by a small company
named Allaire. By combining all of these technologies, EDIT was able to bring the information previously
locked up within a customer's HP3000 to their employees, clients, and customers.
In 1999, EDIT relocated from Washington State to Rolla Missouri. Along with more general HP3000
consulting, several successful higher profile projects were implemented for The Campus Bookstore at
Queens University, York University Bookstore, The Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra, and others.
EDIT officially merged with Integrated Information Systems, Inc. of Louisville KY in 2004 and the
award winning Manufacturing Intelligence Center product (MIC) was born. Over the years, additional
functionality was added and the MIC became the Integrated Manufacturing Intelligence (IMI) product.
2012 brought more changes with I2S officially opening an office in the Technology Development Center
in Rolla, and a focus on supporting their manufacturing related customer base. Development of a
cloud-based version of IMI began which would appeal to a more general audience. EDIT therefor
became independent once again in order to support the existing non-manufacturing customers.
In October 2016, I2S has outsourced much of the development and support for the cloud-based IMI application
to EDIT. We've taken over the office space inside the Technology Development Center, and have once
again started accepting new clients.